Romeo and Juliet

Romeo and Juliet

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  • Act 1 scene 5
  • Let lips do what hands do.
  • Act 2 scene 2
  • He jests at scars that never felt a wound.
  • Act 3 scene 1
  • The most important scene in Act 1 is 5 because it introduces the main characters and how they met.
  • Act 4 scene 5
  • The most important scene in Act 2 is 2 because Juliet and Romeo were confessing their love for each other.
  • Act 5 scene 3
  • The most important scene in Act 3 is 1 because there was a fight and Romeo killed Tybalt towards the end.
  • The most important scene in Act 4 is 5 because Juliet is one of the main characters in the story that "dies.", because it shows how desperate she is for only Romeo.
  • The most important scene in act 5 is 3 because it tells you how the story ended by telling you how some of the characters in this scene died.
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